Sound elements used to make Voyagers 2012: The Beginning of The End.See movie here:https://archive.org/details/Voyagers2012TheBeginningOfTheEnd ( 1 reviews ) Topics: noisecollector, voyagers 2012, audio
The last of the enormous reaction mechanisms to evolve from the big one. This is the final chapter of polimorphism and social critique. We face the end of the loop, end of canned spam, end of digital douchebaggery. Original music by NoiseCollector... ( 2 reviews ) Topics: Immense Explosion Apparatus, NoiseCollector, politics, jihad, la raza, philosophy, mert the chimney...
35mm film negatives laid over developing paper to make a proof... this is a trip to the video store and thru McDonald's while screaming at the top of my lungs, follow the number sequence under each frame for proper timeline... ( 1 reviews )
Audio tracks from all the Voyagers Trailer videos remixed and/or remastered uses mostly original music and samples as well as some public domain items from the US Government, blipilpliptv, NASA, newsreels, hercules movie trailers, and other sources under fair usage if applicable. ( 1 reviews ) Topics: NoiseCollector, Voyagers, 2012, soundtrack, trailers, movie, spectacular
A collection of the original music from Voyagers 2012: The Beginning of The End. See the movie here:https://archive.org/details/Voyagers2012TheBeginningOfTheEnd ( 2 reviews ) Topics: noisecollector, voyagers, soundtrack, aliens, space, time travel, ebola
10 songs dedicated to my family, using the last of the drum loops (almost) and focused on evolving musical expression. Some of it was written on a bus while my car was in the shop. Some if it was written for audio therapeutic healing purposes. All of it was inspiration. Warning: Track 10 created for listening on headphones, extreme subharmonic frequencies may damage your woofers. Contains binaural beats and is meant for headphones for healing purposes. ( 5 reviews ) Topics: noisecollector, guitar, synth, acoustic, drums, bass, metal, classical, experimental
Before NWA there were the Noyz Boyz... From Pleasantville (AKA Rumbletown from Springsteen fame) and Peck's Beach came C Unick, Jaymo and DJ Jizm and their gangsta ghetto hip hop, genitalia in your face and all that jazz. Easy E used to bow down and worship these pastmasters of urban audio. Listen to the raw and uncensored strife of project thuggery and straight up cussing to the funky grooves you cannot resist. ( 2 reviews ) Topics: rap, hip hop, gangsta, thug, uncensored